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Black Groups Summit this Month to Fight Reagan Rights Attack
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Blacks (Civil rights)
Wilson Wins a Third Term as Mayor of Oakland, Cal
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Lionel Wilson (American mayor.), Oakland (Calif.) (Politics and government)
Calif. Woman Crippled in Crash, Gets $6.5 Mil
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Marchell Leekins, Damages, Black paralytics, Traffic accidents (Suits and claims, California), Black handicapped women
Dallas Paper Drops Column After Racism Charge Flak
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Dallas times herald, Blacks (Press coverage)
Va. Black is Dems Likely Choice for Lt. Gov. Race
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L. Douglas Wilder (American governor and mayor.); 1931-, Virginia (Politics and government)
Millionaire's Widow to be Released from Prison
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Ellsworth Bisbee Warner, Pamela Broadnax Warner, Estates, Decedents'.
Experts Dispute Link Between Sugar, Activity
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Sugar in the body, Hyperactivity (Nutritional aspects)
Single Life Increases Nutritional Risk Factor
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Single people (Nutrition)
Fred Snowden is Named a Baskin-Robbins Co. V.P.
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Frederick Snowden; 1936-1994, Baskin-Robbins Ice Cream Company
Whites Remove Dead from Cemetery Now Owned by Black Man
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Alfonso Dawson, Exhumation, Decatur (Ga.) (Race relations, Cemeteries)

Va. Inmate Briley Executed; Riot Failed to Block Death
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Evangeline Grant Redding, James Briley (Jr.), Black prisoners' wives, Electrocution (Capital punishment), Capital punishment (Virginia), Criminal justice, Administration of (Virginia)
Book Reveals that Marvin Gaye Feared He Would Turn Gay
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Marvin Gaye (American singer and songwriter.), David Ritz, Homosexuality
Chicago Doctor and Son Die in Private Plane Crash
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Aviation (Accidents)
Obituary
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Jasper F. Williams; 1918-1985
Black School Supt. Wins Discrimination Settlement
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Shirli Vioni, Black women (Employment), Black women school superintendents and principals, Wayzata (Minn.) (Education)
Penn Prof. Barred After Calling Blacks 'ex-slaves'.
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Murray B. Dolfman, Wharton School, Colleges and universities (Race relations)
Black Principal Harassed by Whites After Lawsuit
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Freeman Cooper, Black school superintendents and principals (Selection and appointment), Fairview (Tenn.) (Education, Race relations)
City Univ. of New York Announces Bruce Llewellyn Grant for Disadvantaged
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J. Bruce Llewellyn (American grocery chain and bottling industry executive.); 1927-2010, City University of New York Graduate School and University Center, Scholarships and fellowships
Ala. Klansman Gets Life Term for Lynching Black
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Michael Donald (American lynching victim.), Ku Klux Klan, Lynching, Mobile (Ala.) (Race relations)
Racial Issues Don't Hamper Black on Miss. High Court
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Reuben V. Anderson, Courts (Mississippi)
Man Frostbitten While in Line for Free Cheese Sues
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Albert Bago, Food relief, Frostbite, Public welfare (Michigan)
High Court Bans Ala. Law Denying Convicts Vote
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United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Suffrage, Prisoners (Legal status, laws, etc)
Birmingham's Arrington Defends Hiring Quotas
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Richard Arrington (American mayor.); 1934-, United States Dept. of Justice Civil Rights Division, Blacks (Employment), Affirmative action in employment, Birmingham (Ala.) (Employees)
Marvelous Marvin Not Ready to Quit Yet
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Marvin Hagler; 1954-., Thomas Hearns; 1958-., Boxing
Light-hitting Smith Inks Heavy Cardinals Contract
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Ozzie Smith; 1954-.
Carl Lewis, Edwin Moses in Olympic Hall of Fame
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U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame
Garrison Beats Evert-Lloyd for 1st Tennis Win of 1985
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Zina Garrison (American tennis player.); 1963-, Chris Evert (American tennis player.), Tennis (Women, Tournaments)
Pistons' Thomas Sets NBA Record for Assists
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Isiah Thomas (American basketball player, executive and coach.); 1961-, Basketball records
Minorities Get $50 Million Share in American Airlines Chicago Airport Project
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American Airlines, Inc, O'Hare International Airport, Minority business enterprises
Ex-ambassador to Sweden Dr. Jerome Holland Leaves Estate to His Wife in Will
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Jerome H. Holland; 1916-1985, Wills
Stephanie Mills Sued for $200,000 in Assault Case
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Stephanie Mills, Assault and battery
Bill Cosby and Phylicia Ayers-Allen: Introduce Nightclub Act
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Bill Cosby; 1937-., Phylicia Rashad
Well-known Celebrities Help Little-known Causes
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Fund raising, Black celebrities
Quincy Jones Blasts Segregation in Music
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Quincy Jones (American composer and record producer.); 1933-, Black music

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